Kumara Parvatha Trek



The Kumara Parvatha Trek itself offers stunning natural beauty throughout the trail, but there are also some specific sightseeing places you can look out for along the way:

  • Bhattara Mane: This is a natural cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It’s a popular resting point for trekkers and offers a chance to experience the religious significance of the area.
    Image of Bhattara Mane, Kumara Parvatha Trek
  • Girigadde View Point: This viewpoint offers panoramic views of the surrounding hills and valleys. It’s a great spot to take a break and enjoy the scenery.
    Image of Girigadde View Point, Kumara Parvatha Trek
  • Kumara Parvatha Peak: The summit of Kumara Parvatha is the ultimate goal of the trek and offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the Western Ghats.
    Image of Kumara Parvatha Peak, Kumara Parvatha Trek
  • Nithyananda Sree Kailasa Temple: This small temple is located near the peak of Kumara Parvatha and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It’s a serene spot to take in the views and contemplate.

While not exactly on the trek itself, here are some other interesting places you might want to consider including in your trip:

  • Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary: The Kumara Parvatha trek is located within the Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, which is home to a variety of flora and fauna. You might be lucky enough to spot some wildlife during your trek.
    Image of Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumara Parvatha Trek
  • Mallalli Falls: These waterfalls are located a short distance from the starting point of the trek and offer a refreshing place to cool off before or after your trek.
    Image of Mallalli Falls, Kumara Parvatha Trek
  • Kukke Subramanya Temple: This is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Subramanya. It’s located a few hours drive from the starting point of the trek and is a popular pilgrimage destination.
    Image of Kukke Subramanya Temple, Kumara Parvatha Trek

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    • Shesha Parvatha: This is a distinctive rocky hill with a sheer drop on one side that you’ll encounter before reaching the peak of Kumara Parvatha. It offers challenging rock scrambles for experienced trekkers and viewpoints with stunning vistas.
      Image of Shesha Parvatha, Kumara Parvatha Trek
  • Kallu Mantapa: This is another popular resting spot for trekkers along the trail. It’s a large, flat rock with space for setting up tents and enjoying the surrounding scenery.
    Image of Kallu Mantapa, Kumara Parvatha Trek

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